October 16th – Community Resilience Model Training

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Cost: Free to people who set up a paid membership with ISCSW (good from October 1, 2021 – end of February, 2023); $20 for non-members

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When: Saturday, October 16th, 2021
Time: Doors open at 9:00 am Training workshop from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: This training will be fully virtual via the Zoom platform.

Cost: Free to people who set up a paid membership with ISCSW (good from October 1, 2021 – end of February, 2023); $20 for non-members

Facilitators: Alyssa Reynolds, LCSW & Amy Rust, LCSW

Alyssa Reynolds, LCSW, Certified Community Resiliency Model Facilitator and Clinical
Assistant Professor in the Boise State University School of Social Work and Amy Rust, LCSW,
Certified Community Resiliency Model Facilitator and Boise School District School Social
Worker will facilitate a Community Resiliency Model workshop.

This Model was developed through the Trauma Resource Institute,  www.traumaresourceinstitute.com.  This is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which cultivates trauma-informed and resiliency-focused individuals and communities worldwide.  One of the two trainings that are offered is the Community Resiliency Mode (CRM)l.  Participants learn about their nervous systems and easy-to-learn wellness skills to be used for self-care as well as care for others. CRM uses a visual aid that helps individuals visualize being in their resilience zone, when they may be bumped above it or below it.  It takes on a public health focus and has been taught to professionals and non-professionals globally.  It is also a researched-informed intervention.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe how to read your nervous systems and become aware of differences between sensations of distress and well-being.
  2. Identify skills to intentionally return to a place in mind, body and spirit where one can handle life situations.